Obama Builds a New Country One Immigrant at a Time?
By Staff News & Analysis - March 03, 2015

WH Plans to Develop a "Country Within a Country" of 15 Million "New Americans" … The White House has plans to legalize 13 to 15 million illegal immigrants who will then establish a "country within a country." – Independent Sentinel

Dominant Social Theme: All that stuff about merging countries is just conspiracy theory.

Free-Market Analysis: This article in the Independent Sentinel was apparently developed from an interview that top conservative radio host Mark Levin conducted with broadcaster Susan Payne.

Levin is a kind of conservative neocon from what we can tell and the Independent Sentinel seems to believe that radical Islam is the biggest threat since Prussia.

But nonetheless, the determination of the Obama administration to build a new America from a surge of immigrants is shockingly ambitious, if these reports are to be believed.


Susan Payne is a contributor to WCBM, Baltimore and Co-Host of the Pat McDonough Radio Show … Unbeknownst to the Obama officials, Ms. Payne was invited to listen in on conference calls at an immigration rally. Cecilia Munoz, director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, and 16 members of the White House cabinet were on the first call. White House officials were on all three calls. What Ms. Payne learned needs to be immediately shared with Congress and the public.

The "Task Force of New Americans" and the "Receiving Communities" are part of a plan by the Obama administration to develop a "country within a country" which will eventually form a new, and instantly fundamentally transformed United States.

The conference calls and meetings surrounding the task force made it clear Barack Obama is planning to legalize and protect 13 to 15 million illegal immigrants who will then be moved onto citizenship. When these "new Americans" come out of the shadows, the communities in which they've been placed will be designated as "receiving communities."

The "new Americans" are considered "seedlings" by the White House and the "receiving communities" are the "fertile ground" to nurture them, according to comments made during the meetings. Citizens will then be pushed into the shadows as the "New Americans" come out of the shadows. One member of the task force said they will be forming a "country within a country".

This certainly jibes with what we have observed about current immigration policies. As we have often pointed out, the ultimate plan seems to be to build a North American Union.

The emphasis right now seems to be on integrating Mexicans into the US. However, the article tells us that immigrants would "navigate not assimilate." Also, "Refugees are given an allowance, housing, food, medical care, education, and an immediate pathway to citizenship."

The basis of this strategy is a decree that Obama issued on November 21, 2014. This was a Presidential Memorandum entitled, "Creating Welcoming Communities and Fully Integrating Immigrants and Refugees."

We also learn that the Obama administration has reportedly spent a lot of time this past summer flying both immigrant children and adults around the country, apparently looking for the right conditions – communities – to integrate.

All of these strategies are being laid at Obama's metaphorical door. But we take exception to this being an entirely political battle. Throughout the West, European cultures are being deliberately dismantled by immigration policies. These policies are not being developed in a vacuum. They are evidently and obviously part of a larger agenda.

In Britain, there is a great inflow of Muslims and in many other countries as well, especially France. The US, of course, has a deliberate immigration policy – one still unfolding – focusing on South Americans and especially Mexicans.

In the early 20th century, immigration favored European countries. Now in the US, the favored ethnicities are Asian, Latino and other non-white groups. It is this that Levin doesn't expand upon, preferring – from what we know of him – to position the issue narrowly, as a Democratic plot to undermine American virtues. It would make more sense if the article put the larger issues into context.

There is nothing wrong with non-white ethnic migrations, of course. But they ought to occur within the framework of existing cultures and marketplaces, not be forced into being by governments determined to promote various kinds of social engineering.

After Thoughts

Nothing good can come of these policies, from what we can tell. They will create additional and expanding polarization, prejudice and envy. It is yet another reason why those who understand what is going on owe it to themselves and their families and friends to plan forthrightly for a future that could become increasingly chaotic and even violent.